Adoption of sustainable supply operation quality practices and their impact on stakeholder’s performance and sustainable performance for sustainable competitiveness in Indian manufacturing companies
SEM, SSOQ, Stakeholder’s performance, Structural equation modelling, Sustainable competitiveness, Sustainable performance, Sustainable performance, Sustainable supply operation quality
International Journal of Intelligent Enterprise
In the present scenario the manufacturing companies are emphasising on the sustainability practices at all levels of the product life cycle. The companies are primarily focusing on the sustainability of supply operations and the quality of supply operations management. The purpose of this paper is to present a research model that defines sustainable supply operation quality (SSOQ) practices in context of stakeholders’ performance, sustainable performance and sustainable competitiveness outcomes. This paper identifies research issues related to sustainable supply operations quality practices. In total 345 companies were analysed with structural equation modelling. From the analysis, it is found that sustainable supply operation quality practices leads to the better sustainable competitiveness of the organisation. The study confirmed that the company takes the lead in achieving excellent stakeholders’ performance and sustainable performance through SSOQ.
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Gupta, Sumit; Dangayach, G. S.; Singh, A. K.; Meena, M. L.; and Rao, P. N., "Adoption of sustainable supply operation quality practices and their impact on stakeholder’s performance and sustainable performance for sustainable competitiveness in Indian manufacturing companies" (2018). Faculty Publications. 800.